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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1912
iNO. 292.
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AT THE TIP OF
OUR FKGERS

lies knowledge of every part of an Ten Thousand Votes at Least, and

automobile. We don't have to guess
what Is wrong with the car sent here
we know. II your machine needs at attention
tention attention better send It here where ex expert
pert expert reparing Is assured, where the
charges are. always reasonable and the
work promptly done.

Probably More Ahead of
Toomer.

- 'ffteMsi Amito Sallcs Co.

North of Government Buildlna

Ocala. Fla.

WS ISILM

in bringing yoor sick soles
because Heeling is oor Job.
To satisfy is oor pleasure
Shoe Cleaning and Dressing
a specialty.

W1W ELECTRIC SHOE WORKS
Midway of Next Clock West of Old Stand
Fort King Ave.
Ocala, V -Florida

. AWRIOUWOEPENT
Effective May 1 st and Continuing Unti 1 November 1st
WtaSISflMr EM
. Jacksonville, Florida 4
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Kiiie-t Cafe in the Stale in Connection
SUMMER RATES
Rooms Witliput Bath $1.00 per Day and-Up
R.Kjins VVith Bath - 2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager

(Times-Union.)
Claude L'Engle, the leading candi candidate
date candidate for congressman-at-large, re received
ceived received yesterday a large number of

(telegrams from counties which had

failed to send in -full returns of the
primary of April 30, and with these
added to those previously received,
and with others to hear from, Mr.
L'Engle believes that his lead over
Mr." Toomer will be between 13,00
and 14,000.
Has Handsome Lead.
"Thirty-four counties," said Mr.
L'Engle last night, "have made com complete
plete complete returns and my lead in these
over Mr. Toomer is 9,323. In the
partial returns from ten counties I
lead Toomer 1,062, making the lead
from all places heard from 10,385.
Osceola, Dade, Walton and Washing Washington
ton Washington counties are not included in any
of the complete or incomplete coun counties
ties counties and I, will have a plurality in
each of these, except Osceola, which
I concede to Mr. Beacham.
"The incomplete counties are Col Columbia,
umbia, Columbia, DeSoto, Gadsden, Manatee,
Madison, Monroe, Orange, St. Lucie,
Sumpter and Taylor. I will have a

! majority over all in Gadsden, Colum Columbia,
bia, Columbia, DeSoto, Madison, St. Lucie and
Taylor and a handsome lead in the
others with the exception of Orange.
iThis gives me assurance of a lead
over Mr. Toomer of approximately
114,000. I am lacking from all points
'llDO Trl fmm K trTn ilia nsvrvt K rA

vote of my five competitors, and my
lead over Toomer is more than 25
per cent of the entire vote Toomer
received.
Will Increase Vote.
"From the counties heard from
the vote is as follows: L'Engle,
18,901; Beacham, 2,924; Martin,
3,351; O'Brien, 5.470; Toomer,
8,349; Williamson, 3,167. With ten
more counties incomplete and four
to hear from my lead will be considerably-
increased.
"I have received scores of letters
from leading O'Brien, Martin, Will Williamson
iamson Williamson and Beacham supporters, who
are already working in my behalf
and I shall make a fight to win every
county in the second primary and ex expect
pect expect a majority far in excess of my
present lead.
Conference Thursday Night.
"I will begin next Thursday night
my second campaign by holding a

; conference with -my local supporters
i in the city hall and I invite my
i friends to be present. This meeting
j will be a conference of my supporters
i and an active campaign will be dis dis-i
i dis-i cussed. I will make an absolutely
clean campaign "and will prove every
: charge I "have made as I have in the
; first primary. I will have several
speakers but they are volunteers and
! will not be paid a cent for their wrok.
iThey will work to cause the triumph
of the principles I espouse."

BANKING BY MAIL

The Miinroe & Chambli?s
Bank of Ocala desires to par particularly
ticularly particularly call your attention
to the advantages of Banking
by Mail.
IV I osits may be sent safely
by bank check, postoffice
money order, express money
order or currency by regis registered
tered registered mail.
We solicit small accounts
as well as large ones, all re receiving
ceiving receiving the same careful and
prompt attention.
THE
MUNROE & CH AMBUSS
BANK

OCALA

FLORIDA

United States Postal Savins Bank
Depository

LAKE WEIR

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For nearly ten years," at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks
oi Treadway, TeniLV scr'cJ wiui womanly troubles. She
says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I I-could
could I-could jiot sleep. Icoddn't eat I had pains all over. The,
doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so"
many, and I began to take, it, and it cured me. Cardui
saved my life! Now, I can do anything."

TAKE

MiiiilmatfeTbnic

If yon ere weak, tired, worn-out, or suffer from any of
the pains .peculiar to weak women, such as headache,;
backache, dragging-down feelings, pains in arm, side, hip
or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you
should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from per perfectly
fectly perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best
remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good good-It
It good-It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effects.-Ask
your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui
WrCa to: Ladies Advisory Dept. OuWanooca Medicine Co, Chattanooga. Ten,
tor&fchtZutrwcttnu, and M-pait book. "Horn Trtatmtat for Women.' sent Ire. J 64.

ESCAPES AX AWFUL FATE.

A thousand tongues could not ex express
press express the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox,
of Joliet, 111., for her wonderful deliv deliverance
erance deliverance form an awful fate. "Typhoid
pneumonia had left me with a. dreadful
cough," she writes. "Sometimes I had
such awful coughing spells I thought
I would die. I could get no help from
doctor's treatment or other medicines
till I used Dr. King's New Discovery.
But I owe my life to this wonderful
remedy for I scarcely cough at all
now." Quick and safe, its the most re reliable
liable reliable of all throat and lung medicines.
Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free at Tydings & Co's.

OPEN ALL NIGHT

The Merchant's Cafe Is now open
night and day. Never closed. You can
get Just what you want to eat, cooked
as you like it, at moderate prices. Fish
and oysters a specialty.
J. R. Dewey. Proprietor.

JUDGE FOR YOURSELF

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ATLANTIC GOflST LINE

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Louis, Cincinnaii, Indianapolis,
Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta
and Birmingham to
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For information, or reservation, call on
Y. El. DEAZLEY. L P. A., J. G. KIRI1LAND, D. P.
TAUPA, FLORIDA.

Which In Better Try an Experiment
or Profit by an Ocala Citizen
Experience
Something new is an experiment.
Must be proved to be represented.
The statement of a manufacturer is
not convincing proof of merit.
But the endorsement of friends is.

Now supposing you had a bad back,
A lame, weak or aching one.
Would you experiment on it?
You will read of many so-called
cures.
- Endorsed by strangers from far faraway
away faraway places.
It's different when the endorsement

comes from home.
Easy to prove local testimony.
Home endorsement js the proof that
backs every box of Doan's Kidney Pills.
Read this case:
IT. G. Clark, 49 Magnolia St., Ocala,
Fla., says: "Doan's Kidney Tills have
proven very effective In my case and I
can recommend them highly. I suffer suffered
ed suffered from a lame and aching back and
I had pains through my loins, caused
by my kidneys. Finally I got Doan's
Kidney Pills from Tydings & Co's.

drug store and they brought me prompt
relief. You are welcome to use my
name as a reference."

For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.

Lake Weir, May 9. Prof. Theus
closed a very successful term of his
singing class, composed of eighteen
members, Monday evening by a recital
assisted by Prof. Rogers and Prof.
Batha, who are his associates and co coworkers
workers coworkers in establishing music schools
through the country districts. The
music-loving public have been fortu fortunate
nate fortunate in securing Prof. Theus for an another
other another term which will open next Mon Monday
day Monday night with thirty pupils enrolled,
who are anxious to begin work with
this courteous and refined gentleman.
Mr. Goss of Chicago arrived Mon Monday
day Monday evening to spend a week with his
daughter,. Miss t Hazel, who has been
spending the winter with her aunt,
Mrs. George Robinson.
Mr. Bryant, who represents Wilson
& Toomer of Jacksonville has been
canvassing Lake Weir and surround surrounding
ing surrounding country this week in the interest
of his company.
Capt. H. W. Henry left Monday mor morning
ning morning for Macon, Ga., to attend the Con Confederate
federate Confederate veterans' retunion and will
visit friends in Montgomery, before
returning the latter part of the month.
Mrs. J. L. Carney gave a delightful

excursion on the lake Saturday evening

complimentary to Miss Hazel Goss of

Chicago. The ladies carried well-filled

baskets and just at sunset stopped at
Idlewild pavilion and spread a delici

ous supper which was truly enjoyed.

About 7 o'clock the party proceeded
to the club house to meet the commit committee
tee committee to perfect arrangements for the
opening which will be on the 24th. Mr.
Carney chartered the Billikens for the
occasion and as at all times was the
ideal host. The fortunate guests were
Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Henry, Miss Lon
Moody, Miss Lola Roberts, Mrs. Kate
Clements, Mrs. George Robinson, Mrs.
Potter, Mr. Walter Mathews, Miss
Caroline Pasteur, Mr. E. J. Lytle and
the charming honoree. Miss Goss.
Mrs. E. P. Moody and daughter, Miss
Lon, have taken the Bradford cottage
for the summer.
Miss Lola Roberts of Tampa is visit visiting
ing visiting Mrs. Moody and family for a few
weeks.

WHAT TEX AX S ADMIRE
is hearty, vigorous life, according to
Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio. "We
find," he writes, "that Dr. King's New
Life Pills surely put new life and ener energy
gy energy into a person. Wife and I believe
they are the best made." Excellent
for stomach, liver or kidney troubles.
25 cents at Tydings & Co's..

Kodak finishing done by experts at
the Ocala Photo Co.

Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
and
Fresh and Salt
Water Fish.
Best Merchant's
Lunch tor
35 cents
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
promptly served.
(eating's Cafe.
Chas. Rodoff, Proprietor

18 1 All IE

An American Just Arrived from

Mexico Says Brutalities of Ban Bandits
dits Bandits are Almost Beyond
Belief j

San Antonio, May 9. After ten

years in Mexico, during which time

he had developed an extensive mining
property and made a fortune, H. H.
Bryan, formerly of Black River, X.
Y., has been forced to abandon his

mines and other business interests
because of the bandit raids, and is
here in Xew York City. Mr. Bryan
came direct from Sinaloa and in an
interview said he had been in the
western state of the republic during
the present revolution and. witnessed

cruelties surpassing in atrocity those

of the days of the Aztecs.
. He described how the women and
girls, many of the latter mere chil children,
dren, children, are the special prey of the law lawless
less lawless bands which everywhere infest
the country. The treatment of these
women and girls, he said, is simply
appalling.
It is impossible, says Bryan, to tell
the status of these raiders. They all
call themselves insurrectos, but it is
his belief few of them fight under
any banner, and when they do it is
the party that happens to be on top

whether rebel or federal.

"When an isolated town is raided,"

said Mr. Bryan, "the bandits first col collect
lect collect all the valuables, then demand
that the men join their ranks. Usual Usually
ly Usually there are no able-bodied men left,

for they last fled. Then the women

and girls are taken prisoners and the
treatment that follows is simply horrible.

"Conditions finally got so bad that

my own men pleaded with me to send
them to the United States or some
place of safety. Our American women

had long since been sent away. Even

the street urchins cursed us and
threw stones at every passing Gringo.
I finally closed up everything, left it
to the tender mercies of the bandits

and got out.

"This intervention scare is the

worst thing that could happen to Am Americans
ericans Americans in Mexico. I believe it must

come, but many American lives will

be sacrificed from the time the first

soldier crosses the line until our
troops get down there to protect
them."

HOW'S THIS.

We offer One Hundred Dollars Re

ward for any case of catarrh that can cannot
not cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.

F. J. CHENEY & CO. .Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned have known F.

J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and

believe him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions, and financially

able to carry out any obligations made

by his firm.
WALDO, KINNAN & MARVIN.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.

Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c. per

bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.

FOn SALE, IMPORTED

SPANISH PEANUT SEED.
Blue ribbon winners at two succeed-,
ing fairs, and will mature two weeks
earlier than other varieties. Can be
planted as late as July 15th.
F. W. Ditto.

CURKI) OP DIABETES

Springfield, Mo.. October, 1909, Hall's
Texas Wonder, of No. 2926 Olive street,
SL Louis, cured me of a severe case of
diabetes and I recommend it to any one
suffering from kidney trouble. Mrs.
Kate Waldorf, West Calhoun street.
Sold by druggists.

COWS TAKEN' UP

Don't you think when you go to have
your pictures made that you'd better
go to a studio that will give you the
best work? Certainly. Then come to
to the Ocala Photo Co.

Is there anything In all this world
that is of more Importance to you than
good digestion? Food must be eaten
to scstain life and must be digested
and converted into blood. When the
digestion fails the whole body suffers.
Chamberlain's Tablets are a rational
and reliable cure for indigestion. They
increase the flow of bile, purify the
blood, strengthen the stomach, and
tone up the whole digestive apparatus
to & natural and healthy action For
sale by all dealer

TRY JACKSONVILLE'S POPULAR
HotteH Astor
Cor. Bay and Dogan Sts.
Jacksonville, Florida
All modem improvements,
very central location, coolest
rooms in city. Fine sample
rooms.
Rates: $ 1.00 $1.50 and f 2.00
with bath.
Astor Investment Co.,
Proprietors.
A. B. Vance, President.

Taken up at my place, Cornell, Fla.,
the followin gestray stock: One brindle
cow and calf, cow marked crop and
saw set In one ear, bullet hole In other,
no brand. Owner can have the stock
by calling for same, paying for feed
and for this advertisement.
Tom Hampton.
Cornell, Fla., .April 18, 1912.

THE DEMONS OF THE SWAMP
are mosquitoes. As they sting they put
deadly malaria germs In the blood.
Then follow the Icy chills and the fires
of fever. The appetite flies and the
strength falls; also malaria often
paves the way for deadly typhoid. But
Electric Bitters kill and cast out the
malaria germs from the blood; give
you a fine appetite and renew your
strength. "After long suffering,"
wrote Wm. Fret well, of Lucama, N. C,
"three bottles drove all the malaria
from my system, and I've had good
health ever since." Best for all stom stomach,
ach, stomach, liver and kidney ills. 50 cts. at
Tydings & Co's.

STORK FOR RENT

The new and handsome store room,
roomy and modern plate glass front.
Possession at once, and can be fitted
up according to needs of tenant. Ap Ap-pl
pl Ap-pl to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.

HELP A JUDGE IN BAD FIX.

Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills,
Tenn., was plainly worried. A bad sore
on his leg had baffled several doctors
and long resisted all remedies. "I
thought It was a cancer," be wrote.
"At last I used Bucklen's Arnica .Salve,
and was completely cured." Cures
burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises and
piles. 25 cents at Tydings & Co's.

W(E

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THE BEST VALUES TO BE
HAD m

suit c&m

SEE US WHEN YOU ARE
READY FOR ANYTHING
IN OUR LINE

OCALA, FLORIDA

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To get Ultoe tosstl out of the
human machine you must have the
best groceries food that is not
only pure and absolutely whole wholesome
some wholesome but which gives zest to meals
by its goodness. ,;
Groceries like we carry not only
give your body all the necessary :
energy for your daily work but
make eating all that it should
be perfect enjoyment. If, af after
ter after your coming meal, you find
anything wrong, make a reso
lution to try us next time.
One trial is all we ask.

SOME NEW GOODS JUST IN
Whole Evaporated Apples, Walnuts, Seeded Raisins, Potato
Chips, Japanese Kice Cakes, Junket Tablets, Liquid Rennet,
Len ties and Green-Kern.
O. IK- Teapot Gipe2I2S''

Are you Interested In paper bag
cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the bags. 25c the package.
Post Office Drug Store.
There is a man In Hlltonia, Ga.,
whose release from pain and suffering
is due to Foley Kidney Pills. H re recommends
commends recommends them: I suffered with
kidney trouble recently and ha'i awful
pains in my back. I got a mottle of
Foley Kidney Pills and after taking
them T am pntirelv rtired and oheftrful-

j ly recommend them to alL" Sold by

the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.

At the Ocala Photo Co. we develop

your films free if bought from ua.

Two Phones, 16 and 174

Occln Cla.

Ocala Northei-nM;
TIME TABLE No. 5
In Effect Sunday, March 31st, 1912
SonCibonnci Northbeid

Go.

X. 1 Mixed
Leave Palatka 5:4 a. m.
Arrive .... Ocala 10:35 a. m.
. '. IT Pmmeacer
Leave Palatka ..5:10 p. m.
Arrlve Ocala ... 7:45 p. m.

Leave ...Palatka. ......10.50 a.
Arrive Ocala ...1:20 p.
Dally.
Daily Except Sundays.

m.
m.

Xe, 12

Leave Ocala ..
Arrive" Palatka

,..WI a. m
...10:1 a. m.

Xo. 14

Leave Ocala .......2:1 p. m.
Arrive Palatka 4:50 p. m.
Leave Ocala...... 12:15 p. m.
Arrive Palatka...... 4:4f p. m.

Connects at Ocala with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic Ceast Un.
Connects at Palatka with G. S. A F- F. E. C. and A. C 1
S. P. HOULINllAtXE. General Pcssccg Ac
Ocala Florida



OCALA EVCmsa CtASU HICTiSDAt, UV 0, HH2L

:i frSZS" STAR

!rr & CfiircU Proprietor
iesa ITrnrjgr.
ZlZMar.
I OCALA DOWG
voa. Tins flood sunrBiisxtst
In Louisiana and Mississippi, less
C two day's Journey from this city,
z'.ln csttlM ar flooded,. hundreds- of
C- rrxrj botnss hare been drowned,
t:mxnIa are starring, and tens of
thousands are homeless and almosV des destitute.
titute. destitute. T7hat Is Ocala doing;, for the suffer sufferers?
ers? sufferers? : ;-.V-v
. That 'oppressive corporation, the
Cithern Express Company, that we
itr all so fond of abusing;, to carrying
tzzzty nd jropplles free of char: to
the cs2erers..v How many Ocala people
re aTalling; themselves of this chance
-to set 0rrnntrr'::v'':.S : "";.-:-;:
Wo can nerer tell when misfortune
will knock at oar doors. Our best- ln-
sarance Is to aid In teaching the world
wide precept of speedy aid to those who
need it.
AifonncR old crnzEx gojje
, Solomon Smith, v a brother of the
IXeasTs. Charlie and George Smith of
this city, died at bis home in Dallas, on
the 25th of Apr IL Mr. Smith was born
Usrcb 2nd, 1145, near Fort King, east
of Ocala. before Ocala was separated
from that settlement. W. H. Smith,
another brother, who died recently, was
the first white child born here, and Mr.
Solomon Smith was the second. Me en
tered the Confederate army in the
company of Capt, S. M. O. Gary and
was at the surrender of General Lee at
Appomatox court house. There were
seren of the Smith brothers, all serving
in the army, with the exception of the
two now residing In Ocala, who were
too young. Their father served with
them. The two eldest were killed dur during
ing during the war. There are now only three
of the seven remaining alive, Charlie
and George of Ocala, and B. P. Smith
of Oxford. Mr. Solomon Smith leaves a
wife and several children, all of whom
are -grown and married. Mr. Smith's
body was laid at rest In the old burial
ground at Dallas, and the funeral was
attended by almost every one in that
. community.
No attempt is made to conceal the
fact that the administration regard
with great seriousness the--proceedings
begun by the House Judiciary commu commute'
te' commute' In the case of Judge Robert W.
Archibald of the United States com commerce
merce commerce court. Not only will these pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings involve the honor and repu reputation
tation reputation of a United States circuit judge,
but they are likely to. have far-reaching
effect upon the life of the United
States commerce court itself and upon
the judiciary recall Issue. ; Further Furthermore
more Furthermore If the Investigation results In irru.
peach men t proceedings the present ses session
sion session of Congress may drag through the
entire summer.
t.
The Jacksonville Metropolis says:
"Charges that E. H. Hyman, secretary
of the Macon Chamber of Commerce,
has attempted to make a little money
on the side, ( by selling his services to
the Jacksonville delegation, with a
promise to swing the 1913 reunion to
this city," have stirred up a hornets'
nest in the Georgia city. Prom what
Is published in the 'Macon Telegraph,
Secretary H. H. Richardson, of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, has given the whole thing
. away, and Mr. Hyman may have to do
' some long talking to get away from
the statements made to Mr Richardson
in letter and telegrams."
Mr. Toomer seems to think, or wants
other people to think, that all the
other candidates In the congressman-
at-ktrge race were running against
Claude Tu'Engle. A high compliment to
Claude, but there. Is reason to believe
that Mr.-Toomer was the only -person
directly and specially running agamst
him. The Star has Tecelved straight
Information that af. least one of the
defeated candidates will support and
work for IEngle.
Candidate Toomers remarks about
Claude L'Engle's robbing his waste
basket remind the Star about what
happened to the Tampa Tribune. The
Tribune sued Claude for libel for pub publishing
lishing publishing a telegram that the Tribune
said didn't exist. -When the case came
to trial. Claude produced the telegram
We see Toomer's finish.
The Star did not take Albert M. Wll
llamson's candidacy -very seriously, but
It can't help remarking that It has
seen few men take defeat In a better
spirit.
Senator Smoot says there is no
truth in the report that Richeson Is a
.Mormon. It does seem an improbable
story. : X
Mr. W. N. Sheats carried thirty coun
. ties in the state, among them Alachua.
thA home countr of himself and Mr.
Hollo way. The latter gentleman will
have to hustle If he doesn't expect to
be left May 28.
Theodore Roosevelt has instituted
the Ananias Club; now. it Is up to
some nubllc-spirited lady. to organize a
Sapphira Society. It could obtain a
large membership.
Kansas has gone for Roosevelt.
FULLER & AYER
DSWTAIf SURGEONS
Ode over Monroe & Chambliss B'k.
' OCAIA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH-
J.E.CIIACE
DENTAL SURGE ON
Booms O, 10 and 11. Second Floor,
: Holder Block.
OCJULA - FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH
F. E.
PbysJtfca cd Scrcecn
Ueaeral Practice Calls Made Prompt
ly, flight or Dsjr.
special Attention to Obstetrics. Dh
; esaea of Women and Children.
cn Rooms 1. X. S. 4. 6 and Holder
wulldlng. Second Floor. Phonea
Cfice Now mr Residence No. 333

ii Fl Kill

Tho Cosaty Board Will Help the Ocala
District aad the City to Erect a
TMrty-Tkeasud Dollar High
Scfceel Balldlag
At the meeting of the county board
of public "Instruction yesterday, the
matter of a new high school house for
Ocala was carefully, considered, and the
board made the following proposition:
If the citizens of Ocala will raise
110.000, and the Ocala sub-school dis
trict will raise an additional $5000, the
school board will contribute as much-
that Is. 115,000 to erect a thirty-thousand-dollar,
up-to-date building
for the high school..
Considering the condition of the
county finances, this eeema to the Star
to be a fair proposition.
Some months ago, one of the Ocala
churches raised about $20,000 for a
college In a distant city a college
that Is not attended by more than a
ecore oi Marion county : students a
year, If one church w could do this
much for a school abroad. It seems like
the members of air six, aided by the
Jews, the unredeemed sinners and the
Infidels, should be able to raise $10,-
000 for a schoolhouse for their own
boys and girls as easily as falling oft! a
log.
FOUR HOURS OP FREEZING
The captain and crew of the Mackay-
Bennett, which picked up 300 bodies of
the Titanlc's dead say there is every
reason to believe that few if any of the
Titanlc's dead met death by drowning.
Those who went down with the ship
lost their lives almost instantly by the
terrific pressure of the water in the
vortex, while those whose bodies -were
picked up by the Mackay-Bennett -in
almost every case died from exposure.
They were practically frozen to death,
numbingslowly into unconsciousness as
the bours they were in the water grew
longer. Some may have lived four
hours after the White Star giantess
went down. None of them could have
lasted longer before sinking without
pain to an insensibility which prefaced
death.
' Capt. Lardner proved a good fisher of
bodies. He met one pack that number numbered
ed numbered a hundred. Each was bolt upright.
his head properly poised, his feet down.
Some had their arms extended as If
seeking the extra support that this po position
sition position might give. He could not be believe
lieve believe at first that they were dead
they seemed to be sleeping.
At a distance the bodies with only
the heads above water and the ends
of the life belts flapping in the wind
and water looked like nothing so much
as a flock of gulls swimming and' now
and then stretching their wings.
And the crew tell a story which the
officers repeat of how In latitude 41.58
north, longitude 49.58 west, a rberg
was passed that is believed to have
been the instrument of the Titanlc's
destruction. She was long and low
lying -with a sloping beach. At her
highest point she did not scale -50 feet.
About the berg were bits of wreckage
and almost behind her, as if in pursuit.
was a band of the dead swimmers look
ing straight at the mountain, although
their eyes were closed.
From the pockets of the dead came
many things. From the Tlch there fell
a stream of gold and jewels and from
the poor rolled pieces of food. At least
$30,000 was recovered from clothes of
the dead and perhaps $50,000 worth of
Jewelry. Every watch save one was
stopped at between ten minutes to two
and two o'clock. That one was the
watch worn by Frederick Sutton,
which was stopped at 5:10.
Moose meet this evening.
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CHATTANOOGA 13f 1913

Will be the Meetlac Pbu of ike Vt-
eraaa Gram Renaln witk Graad
Amy Hei is Mr
Macon, Ga., May 9. The choosing of
Chattanooga. Tenn, as the convention
city for 1913, the unanimous and en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic acceptance of the invitation
of General Trimble, commander In
chief of the G. A. R., to merge the Blue
and the Gray at Gettysburg in July, to
heal all remaining sores of the long
internecine strjfe of the country, and
the crowning of Miss Scandrett, of Ma
con,- as queen of the 1912 reunion be
fore 20,000 people on Coleman's Hill,
featured the third day of the twenty-
second reunion of the Confederate Vet
erans in Macon yesterday.
All is Jn readiness for the two big
features of today, the election of a
commander in chief to succeed the late
General .- George W. Gordon, and the
line of gray that will file through
wide and shaded streets of Macon in
the annual parade of long and feeble
men who fought for the Confederacy.
A CARD FROM MR. BRIXSOX
I wish to say to the citizens of Mar Marlon
lon Marlon county that I am very appreciative
of my re-election as superintendent of
public instruction for the ensuing term.
To those who supported me I extend
my sincerest thanks and to those who
opposed me oh, well. I shall devote
myself faithfully to the promotion of
the educational interests of my county,
and solicit your cooperation.
Very truly yours,
J. H Brinson.
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OCAXiA - FTjORIDA

The Wreck
of the
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Tit ami
By Morgan Robertson

Copyright, 1336. by M. F. Mansfield.
Copyright, 1312, by Morgan Rob Robertson.
ertson. Robertson. All rights reserved.
- CHAPTER IV.
Th Titan and the Iceberg.
FjOUTx-UVti tuousana -ions.
I dead weight, rushing through
the fog at the rate of hfty
feet a second, had hurled it
self at an iceberg. Had the Impact
been received by a perpendicular wall
the elastic resistance of bending plates
and frame would have overcome the
momentum with no more damage to
the luissengf rs than a severe shaking
up and to the ship than the crushlug
in of her bows and the killing, to a
num. of the watch below. She would
have backed off and. slightly down by
the head, finished the voyage at re reduced
duced reduced speed, to rebuild on insurance
money and benefit largely in the end
by the consequent advertising of her
indestructibility. But a low beach,
possibly formed by the recent over overturning
turning overturning of the berg, received the
Titan, and with her keel cutting" the
ice like the steel runner of an iceboat
and her great weight resting on the
starboard bilge she rose out of .the
sea, higher and higher, until the pro propellers
pellers propellers in the stern were half exposed:
then, meeting an easy, spiral rise in
the ice under her port bow. she heehd.
overbalanced and crashed down on her
side to starboard.
The holding down bolts of twelve
boilers and three triple expansion en engines,
gines, engines, unintended to hold such weights
from a perpendicular flooring, snapped,
and down through a maze of ladders,
grating and fore and aft bulkheads
came these giant masses of steel and
iron, puncturing the sides of the ship,
even where backed by solid, resisting
Ice. and tilling the engine and boiler
rooms with scalding steam, which
brought a quick though tortured death
to each of the hundred men on duty In
the engineer's department
Amid the terrifying roar of escaping
steam and the beelike buzzing or
nearly 3.000 human voices, raised In
agonized screams and callings from
within the inclosing r walls, and the
whistling of air through hundreds of
open deadlights as the water, entering
the holes of the crushed and riven
starboard side, expelled it, the Titan
moved slowly backward and launched
herself into the sea, where she floated
low on her side a dying monster,
groaning with her death wound.
A solid, pyramid-like hummock of
ice. left to starboard as the steamer
ascended, and which projected close
alongside the upper or boat deck as
she fell over, had caught in succes succession
sion succession every pair of davits to starboard,
bending and wrenching them, smash smashing
ing smashing boats and snapping tackles and
gripes, until, as the ship cleared her herself,
self, herself, it capped the pile of wreckage
strewing the Ice In front of and
around it with the end and broken
stanchions of the bridge. And In this
shattered, box-like structure, dazecTby
the sweeping fall through an arc of
seventy foot radius, crouched Row Rowland,
land, Rowland, bleeding from a cut in his head
and still holding to his breast the little
girl, now too frightened to cry.
By an effort of will he aroused him himself
self himself and looked. To his eyesight,
twisted and fixed to a shorter focus by
the drug he had taken, the steamship
was little more than a blotch on the
moon whitened fog, yet he thought
he could see men .clambering' and
working on the upper davits, and
the nearest boat No. 24 seemed to
be swinging by the tackles. Then the
fog shut her out, though her position
was still Indicated by the roaring of
steam from her Iron lungs. This
ceased in time, leaving behind it the
horrid humming sound and whistling
of air, and when this, too, was suddenly
hushed and the ensuing silence broken
by dull, booming; reports, as from
bursting compartments, Rowland knew
that the holocaust was complete: that
the invincible Titan, with, nearly all of
her people, unable to climb vertical
floors and ceilings, was beneath the
surface of the sea.
Mechanically his benumbed faculties
had received and recorded the impres
sions of the last few moments. lie
could not comprehend to the full the
horror of it all. Yet his mind was
keenly alive to the peril of the woman
whose appealing voice he had 'Beard
and recognized the woman of his
dream and the mother of the child in
his arms. He hastily examined the
wreckage. Not a boat was intact
Creeping down to the water's edge, he
hailed, with all the power of his weak
voice, to possible but Invisible boats
beyond the fog. calling to them -to come
and save the child, to look out for a
woman who had been on deck, under
the bridge. He shouted this woman's
name the one that he knew encour encouraging
aging encouraging her to swim, to tread water, to
float on wreckage and to answer him
until he came to her. There was no
response, and when his voice had
grown hoarse and fut&e and his feet
numb from the cold of the thawing ice,
he returned to the wreckage. -weighed
down and all bot crushed by the black blackest
est blackest desolation that had so far come into
his unhappy life. The little girl was
crying and he tried to soothe her.
T want m?immar she wailed.
"nush. baby.- hush." he auswered
wearily and bitterly. "So do I more
than l:earen. But I think our chances
are nbu:t eveu uow. Are you cold, lit little
tle little one? We'll go inside and I'll make
a house for us."
He removed his co-it. tenderly
wrapped the little figure in it. and
with the injunction. "Don't le afraid,
now." pijHi-d her in the corner of the
bridge, whir h rested on its forward
side. As he did so the !ottle of whisky
fell out of the pocket- It seemed an
age since he li:;d found it there, and it
required a strong effort of reasoning
wfrr( b remembered its full signifi-

cance. men oe raised it to iron it
down the incline of Ice, bat stopped
himself.
: "Til keep IV he mattered. "It may
be safe in small quantities, and well
need it on this ice. He placed it in a
corner; then, removing ; the canvas
cover from one of the wrecked boats,
he hung it over the open side and end
of the bridge, crawled within and
donned bis coat a ready made, slop
chest garment designed for a larger
man and. buttoning it around him himself
self himself and the little girl, lay down on
the hard woodwork. She was still cry crying,
ing, crying, but soon, under the Influence of
the warmth of his body, ceased and
went to sleep.

( Continued Tomorrow!
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NOTICE OF STATE
TEACHERS EXAMINATION
Notice is hereby given that the reg regular
ular regular state uniform teachers examina
tion will be held in Ocala, Florida, be beginning
ginning beginning on Tuesday, June 4, 1912, at 9
a. m. The examination for whites will
be held at the Ocala High School build building
ing building and that for colored at Howard
Academy. The regular fee of one dol
lar will be collected upon beginning
the work and applicants should supply
themselves with legal cap paper, pens
and ink. "Very truly yours,
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Levon, May 9. Mrs. Perry and two
children, Alva and Vivian, visited
Pedro Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes, accompanied
with Mrs. Dr. Slaughter and sweet lit little
tle little girl, Alice Newton, went to Ocala
Saturday afternoon on a pleasure trip.
They went up in their auto.
Mr. Martin was In here this morning
from Oxford with a lot of nice milk to
selL V
Miss Nannie Perry, the popular
young lady of Pedro .was in here Mon Monday,
day, Monday, accompanied by Mrs. Leneer's lit little
tle little girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Waters were on the sick
list last week. But are able to be out
again.
Mrs. J. R. Proctor was In here on a
visit to Mrs. Lolley Monday.
Miss Thelma Gaulden was in bed
with fever a few days last week. But
is up again.
Your last photo didn't do you Justice.
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SECOND PRIMARY, MAY 28th.

To the Democrats of Florida.
Gentlemen:'

It appears from the returns in the race- for Congressman-at-Large, and
which are now practically complete; first, that I am to be one of the can candidates
didates candidates in the second primary to be held for this office May 28, 1912;
Second that the combined vote given to me and the other men who were
in trs first primary with Mr. Claude L'En?le was a very large majority
against my competitor inthe second primary.
I take pleasure in saying that the work for this second primary Is ac actively
tively actively begun, and will be carried on in the mail, in the press, and on the.
stump; but at the same time vigorously and without any hesitancy In
.dealing with ray competitor as he may deserve. I am not campaigning on
tho infirmaties of Mr. L'Engle, on anyone else; but will not allow him to
libel and abuse me in purchased advertising and in his own paper, and at
the same time permit him to pose as a paragon .of purity. I believe that
I am capable of fighting in any game he may select (except editing a
newspaper devoted to personal abuse of a fellow Democrat) and will at attempt
tempt attempt to make this fight. in justice to my own candidacy and to the public,
determined always not to be a party to anything that will lower the digni dignity
ty dignity of a Democratic primary, v
I intend to send to the voters, individually, a complete history of my
personal business life, a complete plat M mi of rry political principles; and
In addition to this to meet cs many at them, face to face and hand to
hand, and -in public speech in this campaign as the limited time will per permit.
mit. permit. I had practically only three weeks in this campaign before the first
primary for active work; my competitor had been campaigning ""for six
years. I will always believe that If I had had six weeks, I could have led
him In the first primary, and with an even start now, I promise you that
we will have a real race for the choice of Florida's next Congressman-at-Large.
e State to immediately become active
I ask all my friends throughout th
in my behalf. I am in the race to win.
Yours very sincerely and gratefully,
W.M. TOOMER.

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WOMAN'S CLUB PICNIC.
The annual picnic of the Woman's
Club will be held Friday 10th. at the
country, home of Mrs. R. L. Anderson.
All club members are asked to meet at
10:30 Friday morning at the residences
of Mrs. Zewadski and Mrs. Haile and
those that have conveyances will take
all others to the picnic grounds. Each
person is asked to provide her own
glass, plate, fork, spoon and napkin.
Mrs. L F.- Blalock,
i Mrs. T. R. Pyles,
Mrs. T. R. Bridges,
Mrs. B. H. Seymour,
Committee.
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Did you know is was becoming
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Moose meet this evening.
Summer suits at Fishers.
Fraternal Union meets tonight.
Ladies' dresses at Fishel's.
Woodmen meet tomorrow evening.
Men's and boy's suits at Fishel's.
Dauglas shoes at Ftshel's.
Children's dresses at Fishel's.
Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.
Dr. A. L. Blaloek, physician, ataeae
tassber 132.
Dr. E. G. Peek of See toae la No.
46M hi reaidesee pfceae, N. 361.
FOR SALE One good saddle horse.
Inquire of Mrs. W. P. Edwards.
Mrs. O. C. Johanson of Wildwood was
at the Ocala House today.
Get your prescriptions filled by Beck
at the Court Pharmacy and know they
are right.
W 2 T a. t r . t i
Lji.iiB rvum jvramer, oi JvenariCK, a i
pdiieiii ai me riospiiai, is sieaaiiy im-
; proving from a severe attack of fever.
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FOR KENT Corner South 7th and
iWatula street, two-storv. seven-rooms.!
large lot $15., H. C. i'ackham.
Alma Zada Face Powder is the best,
we have to offer at 50a the box. The
Post Officp Dm f Sfnr.i
FOR SALK 20-hp. Ford runabout
car. and equipment. $250 cash. Ad-
dress. F. IL M., care Star. 6td I
If you are in a hurry for your pre-;
scriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's
quick delivery system.
WANTED Teachers wanted for the
public schools. Address D. T. Bald Baldwin.
win. Baldwin. Agua Neuva, Texas.
; Coskins? with paper bags? Call us
up for a package at 25c. The Post
Office Drug, Store.
Mr Tom Sexton went to Gainesville
on business this morning and will be
gone for several days.
WANTED A few youns men room-;-!.:
Urge, airy and well furnished bed
rooms. Call at 113 South 3rd street.
Miss Caroline Harriss is much better

( today. The report that she had ap appendicitis
pendicitis appendicitis was an error.

I FOR SALE Two one-horse wagons
for sale. Apply to 31 North 3rd street'
iwest.
Cook your next roast in a paper bag,
and get the bag from the Post Office
Drug Store. 25c. the package.
C. B. Bristol of Tampa, Chria Huth Huth-macher
macher Huth-macher of Jacksonville and I. C. Webb
of Gainesville were at the Colonial
last night.
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula If you like.
25c. the package at the Post Office
Drug Store.
Julius Lumpkin of Georgia, Sim
Small of South Carolina and John
La max of North Carolina were at the
Colonial last night.
The Star is informed that one of our
young professional men will soon lead
one of Ocala's fairest maidens to the
altar.
Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Pens
in any style or shape. A la'rge assort assortment
ment assortment to select from at the Court Phar
macy.
Dr. E. Van Hood went to Live Oak,
to answer a professional call yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, and returned today. He and Mrs.
Hood left for Tampa this afternoon.
FOR RENT Four room fiat; also,
cottage of seven rooms, electric lights
and bath; near primary school. Mrs.
R. D. Fuller.
Mrs. H. C. Dozier, who underwent an
operation at the Marlon County Hos Hospital
pital Hospital the other day, is rapidly recover recovering.
ing. recovering. Ladies' dresses at Fishel's.
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L Maloney. at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval street. Just off Main. Best
75c. Toom in the city.
Messrs. Muncaster & Bell, the new in
surance firm, have a neat and conven
ient Jittle office in the Carn block, be
tween Cam's big store and Guy
Geiger's refreshment stand.
Sheriff Galloway returned today from
St. Augustine with a negro prisoner.
His prisoner was Pres Singleton, who
killed another negro at Irvine some
months ago.
New shirt waists at Fishel's.
teds
For Double Beds
Size 81x90 inches
No seams. Ready
for use.
Our regular selling
price is 65 cents.
Special for Tomorrow
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OCALA HIGH SCHOOL.

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
The favored friends of the high
school graduates have -received invi
tations couched in the following lan language:
guage: language: "The faculty and graduating class of
the Oca la High School Invite you to be
present at the commencement exercises
Monday evening. May 20th, 1912 8
o'clock. Temple Theater.
The class roll is composed of Messrs.
Leslie Anderson, Wiley Burford and
Alfred Turner, and Misses Irma Blake,
Annie Laurie Perry and Irma Seck Seck-inger.
inger. Seck-inger.
The officers are Leslie Anderson,
president; Wiley Burford. vice presi president;
dent; president; Miss Annie Laurie Perry, secre secretary
tary secretary and treasurer.
The class flower is the rose; class
colors, gold and black.
KIDDO PICTURES
DRAW THE CROWDS
Thirty more babies showed their
smiling faces on the Air Dome screen
last night, and there were two big
crowds to see them. This is one of the
most taking features yet. and attracts
great interest. There will be thirty
more tonight.
There will be three reels of moving
pictures to the following program:
"A Matinee Mixup," a comical drama.
"The Locket," a subject taken in the
famous El Cajon valley of California.
"The Fixer Fixed." one of the fun funniest
niest funniest of this season's comics.
MEMBERS OF YACHT CLUB
REQUESTED TO MEET
The Ocala members of the Lake
Weir Yacht Club are urged to attend a
meeting that will be held in the city
hall in Ocala at 7:30 o'clock Friday
evening, May 10th. Important matters
will be discussed, at, this meeting and
arrangements made for the great cele celebration
bration celebration at the formal opening of the
club house at Lake Weir on the 24th.
There are about seventy-five members
of the club living in Ocala and a full
attendance is urged.
E. J. Lytle, Secretary.
FRATERS WILL FEAST
After the business meeting of the
Fraternal Union. this evening, re refreshments
freshments refreshments will be served.
I. O. O. F. ANNIVERSARY
The Odd Fellows' anniversary sermon
will be preached by Rev. W. H. Cole Coleman
man Coleman at the Christian church next Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. All i mem members
bers members of the order in this city are invit invited
ed invited to attend, and as iiuny as possible
to be at the lodge room in Yonge's
Hall at 10:30, to make necessary ar arrangements
rangements arrangements before proceeding to the
church.
U. D. C. MEETING
The regular meeting of Dickison
Chapter, U. D. C, has been postponed
till Tuesday, May 14th.
Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
Recording Secretary.
For men must work and women must
weep.
And the sooner it's over, the sooner to
sleep.
And goodby to the bar and Its moan moaning.
ing. moaning. Charles Klngsley.
People on the Atlantic Coast Line
platform yesterday noticed half a doz dozen
en dozen boxes of fine oranges an unusual
sight at this time of the year. The
oranges came from Mr. E. M. Howard's
big Auburndale grove and were con consigned
signed consigned to several Ocala dealers. They
are as good as any Florida can produce,
and are far ahead of any from Cali California.
fornia. California. Mr. C. S. Cullen has purchased the
pretty residence lot between the resi residences
dences residences of Mr. Marshall and Mrs. Pear Pearson,
son, Pearson, on Fort King avenue, from Mr.
Joseph Bell, who made the sale for his
sisters. We have not learned what
Mr. Cullen intends doing with the prop property.
erty. property. Mr. E. R. Robinson, formerly city
ticket agent of the Seaboard, was ar arrested
rested arrested today for an alleged shortage in
his accounts of $467.53. The warrant
was sworn out at the instance of a
bond company and served by Deputy
Brigance. Up to press time. Mr.
Robinson had not secured bondsmen.
but will probably do so, as one man
has' already stood good for half the
amount. He has made a great, many
friends since, coming to Ocala, all of
whom hope he will be cleared of his
trouble.
The Mrs. L T. Keen, who met such
a dreadful death in the flames that
consumed her home near Lakeland
Monday morning, was the wife of a
brother of Mrs. Henry Gordon of this
city. Mrs. Gordon was greatly shock shocked
ed shocked and grieved when she heard of the
tragedy.
FOR SALE Gasoline launch, three-
horse engine; 16 feet long. 4 feet beam.
Now at Silver Springs. Address P. O.
Box 154 for particulars and demonstra
tion. 5-8i6td
Charlie Anderson, colored, likes
chicken well enough to pay a high
price for it. In Justice Lyles' court
this morning he paid $50 and costs for
stealing two.
Master John Newsom has been very
sick for some days, and it has been
feared he had appendicitis. At present,.
he is much better and is considered out
of danger.
Mr. E. W. Hill of Burbank was in the
city today, on business with Muncaster
& BelL
Dauglas shoes at Fishel's.
Mrs. R C. Muncaster and son are ex
pected home Saturday, and the worried
and forlorn look on "Mun's" face is
slowly fading.
The Agatheridan Society will have a
special program at the high school to
morrow afternoon. The relatives and
friends of the scholars are cordially
invited to be present
Professor and Mrs. J. H. Brlnson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Carn. Mr. and Mrs.
Burrell. Mr. and Mrs. R. R- Carroll and
Mrs. Mae Bingham, went to Fessenden
this afternoon to attend the com
mencement exercises at Fessenden
Academy.
After you have had a row and life
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
Norris candy and she'll again love
you. Get it at the Court Pharmacy.
FOR SALE Eggs from pure English
white and brown penciled wing ducks.
well mated without inbreeding, and
best ese producers. One dollar for 12.
J. H. McCIymonds, 32 South Fourth
street, Ocala, Fla.
Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.

AT THE BAPTIST CmJBCIX

Gi Sersaew Ifta Rev. C. A.
Wk Will PrfcMy Aeeewt the
Call te the Pastorate
For a mid-week meeting there was
an unusually large turn out last night
at the Baptist church, the occasion be being
ing being a visit of the Rev. C. A. Owens of
DeLand. the gentleman to whom the
Ocala church has extended a call to be
its pastor. Mr. Owens came to look over
the field, and the congregation turned
out to get a line on him. Mr. Owens
has a very pleasing manner and ad address,
dress, address, tho his voice was hardly equal
to the noise of the electric fan or'the
heartbreaking. music of the motor
horns. He gave an Interesting talk on
character building, saying among other.
things that character building was
much like building a house -one needed
a good plan, good foundation, good ma material
terial material and good workmanship. At the
close of the service quite a reception
was tendered the speaker.
At a meeting of the deacons after the
reception. Mr. Owens said he would
probably accept the call to the pastor pastorate,
ate, pastorate, but was not absolutely certain. His
decision will be known soon, and he
may assume charge on June 1st.
IDEAL AMUSEMENT
AFTERXOOX A3SD EVEMXG
The Ideal matinees, beginning at 3
o'clock every afternoon, are great en entertainment
tertainment entertainment for the kids, as well as
some of the older folks, and are well
attended.
The evening performances are right
up to now and .are drawing large
crowds. The pictures are of the best.
and are well handled. The music is
becoming famous ail over the country.
GREAT FURNITURE: AUCTION
The popular, np to now and reliable
furniture house of Theus-Zachry Com Company,
pany, Company, "The Furniture Men. is putting
on something new and attractive. The
stunt is a great auction sale of second
hand furniture. The sale will commence
in the morning of June 6th. and will
continue from day to day till all of the
stock of second hand furniture has been
disposed )f. Among the other great
quantities of furniture on hand, are the
entire furnishings from the Montezuma
hotel, all of which this firm bought.
This furniture has been overhauled and
put in good shape, and will be sold at
this sale.
FASHION'S INTRODUCTION SALE
Mr. Xathan Goldman's popular store,
the Fashion, will inaugurate a big In Introduction
troduction Introduction sale to start Saturday, the
11th, and continue for fifteen days. This
sale is put on for two. reasons, first to
introduce the new store and the large
line of handsome, new and stylish
goods to. the public; and, second, to re reduce
duce reduce the stock, which is too large for
the size of the store, and Mr. Goldman
wishes to turn a lot of it into cash and
therefore make room for a great many
other goods that he has bought and
will be getting in from time to time.
The page advertisement of the great
sale appears today in the Star. If you
are needing any merchandise in the line
that the Fashion carries, you will do
well to attend this sale for the bar
gains are real and astonishing. The
store is true to its name and anything
there is right up to date and in "The
Fashion."
THE ART BARBER SHOP
Mr. W. F. Blesch, in his new barber
shop, on South Main street, between the
Teapot Grocery and Tydlngs drugstore.
has one of the neatest and best ap appointed
pointed appointed tonsorial parlors in the city.
The shop is a parlor sure enough, for
it is in a large room, and everything
has plenty of space.- There are four
chairs, over which preside Mr. Blesch,
who is one of the deftest wielders of
the razor and scissors in the country.
and his skilled assistants, Messrs. J. E.
Hand and S. E. Cannon.
The shop is a very pretty one the
walls and ceilings are all done in quiet
shades. The celling is particularly
worthy of notice it is blue with bright
stars scattered over it some say that
Blesch wants his customers to think
they are in the Air Dome, but the truth
s that Blesch Is dead stuck on the
Ocala Evening Star, and the sky effect
is a compliment to his favorite paper.
The walls are of pink blend shade
with decorative panels. The wainscot
is red granite color, in harmony with
the mahogany wood work. The outside
front is nicely grained in imitation of
light oak, with a tile effect on the floor
entrance.
In front is a handsome sign which
conveys the intelligence that the tonso
rial "Art" is well illustrated within.
All this handsome finish work iias
been done by Dodge & Co., the skillful
painters and decorators, who are equal
to anything in their line. Anyone who
takes a look at the shop can't help but
admire their work.
Mr. Blesch is a veteran barber. He
has done much work in the larger
cities, and has now probably settled
down in Ocala to stay. He has a host
of friends in our city, and It is a com
mon occurrence for busy men to give
up their turn in order to have him
shave them. May his wits and his
razors remain keen for the next two two-score
score two-score years.
The W. C. T. U. will hold a candy and
flower sale Saturday, May 11th. at the
Ocala News Store, beginning at 9:30
o'clock. A special feature will be
white carnations and roses for Mother's
Day.
Mr H. M. Hampton returned last
evening from Leesburg, where he has
been on legal business.
Mr. Bob Sanders of Dunnellon is in
the city today.
J. M. Howell, a popular druggist of
Greensburg. Ky., says. "We use Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy in our own
household and know it is excellent.
For sale by all dealers.
TAKEN UP A bay colt Owner can
have same by Identifying the animal.
and paying expenses. Mrs. D. M. Smith.
Fruit jars at Fishel's.
Occident Spring
Wheat Flour
BEST MADE
6 nound bag.'. -35c
a
12
24
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65c
$1.20
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Will Carry WItfcoat Charge Svpplle
far th MlMlMlppI FImC
( Safferera.
Mr. G.T. Maughs, Ocala manager of
the Southern Express Company, has re received
ceived received the following instructions:
Free transportation over the lines of
the Southern Express Company. Is
hereby authorized on shipments of
clothing and supplies, shipped by As As-societies
societies As-societies and Red Cross Societies for
the flood sufferers at Mississippi Val Valley
ley Valley point. v
This order effective May 1, and ex expires
pires expires June 30.
WEATHER REPORT
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours np to noon today:
Maximum temperature, 91 degrees.
Minimum temperature, 69 degrees.
Wind, southwest.
WEATHER FORECAST
Showers tonight or Friday except
generally fair northeast portion.
AN EXCELLENT AUTO AGENCY
Mr. R. E. Yonge has the agency In
this territory for one ofthe best auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles on the market, and one of the
most widely advertised medium priced
cars. The new car in the R. C H..
made in Detroit, Mich. It has several
splendid features peculiar to this car.
It is one of the handsomest made. Its
lines are graceful and clean cut. and
the body finish is very tasty and pret pretty.
ty. pretty. The R. C. H. "Twenty-Five" was
modeled and is manufactured by the
man who designed the Hupmobile.
The specifications ot the five-passenger
touring car at $950 f. o. b. factory,
are as follows: 25-hp. motor, 110-inch
wheelbase, self starter, 32x3 Vi tires,
ddal Ignition demountable and quick
detachable rims, gas tank, extra rim,
top, windshield, five'lamps, horn, tools,
an entire repair kit, long stroke motor.
three speeds, enclosed valves, magneto.
Such equipment is not found on any
other car.
Mr. Yonge has one of the cars beught
and will have it here in a day or two,
when he will be glad to show any one
what it will do and its many excellent
features.
I. O.ti. F. DEGREE TEAM
The members of the I. O.. F. degree
team are requested to meet at Yonge's
Hall next Sunday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock.
Mrs. Fred H. Robinson left today for
Jacksonville, where she will remain
till Monday with Mr. Robinson, and
will then leave for Albion, Mich.,
where she will meet her daughter, Miss
Mildred, and they will spend a few
days there, going thence to Manton,
Mich., where Mrs. Robinson's second
daughter. Miss Lucile. will graduate
from the high school on June 1st,
which Is also her birthday. Mrs. Robin Robinson
son Robinson and her daughters will spend 'the
summer in Michigan and Mr. Robinson
will go up in a few weeks and be with
them. They will return to Ocala in the
fall.
Mrs. J. O. Dekle, two children and
her mother, Mrs. Henry Perry and son,
Henry, left today for Miami, to visit
Mrs. Perry at her Miami home for sev
eral weeks. Mrs. Perry has been visit
ing her daughter for several weeks
during the serious illness of J. O.
Dekle, Jr., the little two-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Dekle, who has been
suffering with stomach or intestinal
trouble. The doctor advised the fam
ily to take the little fellow to the
coast, and thinks the change will help
him.
The members of the Moose baseball
team are practicing daily and will have
an interesting game for the public be
fore long.
This being Thursday afternoon, we
are all reminded of thefact that it
should be a half holiday.
Mr. Lee Raysor, after several days of
sickness, is able to be out, tho not yet
able to return to work.
Mr. J. S. Grantham, after two days
in the city in attendance on the school
board meeting, returned to his home at
Fort McCoy today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerlg and daugh
ter went down to their Lake Weir
home In their auto this morning. They
will return tomorrow.
Mr. Jno. F. Thompson, who has been
quite sick with fever, is somewhat bet
ter today.
Ocala will probably have another sa
loon. Mr. Harry Peter of Dunnellon
has petitioned! the board of county
commissioners for a permit and It will
probably be granted.
Mr. Marcus Frank has purchased one
of those swift and compact little
Brush autos, and both Mr. and Mrs.
Frank are' running it like profes
sionals.
Mr. E. P. Kemo and family have re
turned to their old home in Ohio for
the summer, but expect to come back
to Ocala next autumn.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tilghman came
over from Palatka this morning in
their Ford auto. In a little over three
hours. They left the car here and re returned
turned returned home by rail this afternoon.
Sick headache results from a dih
ordered condition of the stomach, and
can be cured by the use of Chamber
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Try
it. For sale by all dealers.

PAID 'Of

COMMENCEMENT AT
RSSSBNDSJf ACAC:
The commencement exercises of that
excellent Institution. Fessenden Acad-;
emy at Martin, .take place this aftr
noon. Following Is the program: -:.
- Claaa RII
Benjamin Franklin Brown, Anthony.
Frederick Douglas Mason. Martin. -McDuffy
Ward. Kendrlck.
Mett
-Ever striving to be better than what
. we seem.
. Presass
Piano duet Miss, Falana and Mr.
Price, . v
Invocation Rev. J. A, Ayer..
Female Chorus "Flow. Flow.
Oration. "Practical Education" Mc McDuffy
Duffy McDuffy Ward.
Piano solo. Invitation A La Valse
(Weber) Gloucester Price.
Oration. -Leaders" Frederick D,
Mason.
Vocal duet, "A Night In May" (Silver)
Misses Wiley and NateeL
Oration. "Florida Benjamin Frank Franklin
lin Franklin Brown.
Medley. "Hodge Podge- (Paul) The
S'nging Society.
Address. "Dreams and Deeds Rev.
John E. Ford, D. D., pastor Bethel In Institutional
stitutional Institutional church. Jacksonville.
Semi-chorus, "Farewell" (Donlsetti).
Awarding diplomas by Prof, J. IL
Brinson, superintendent of education.
Chorus Gloria.
Benediction Rev. M. Stewart.
Faculty
Jos. L Wiley. A. B.. principal. ;
Jennie L Childress, A. B.
Nathan Gilbert, A." B.
Josephine A. Wiley. x'.
. Bessie D. Thomas.
Cora M. Butler.
' Rosa M. Bass.
Charles T Battle.
Daisy Goode.
Carriebel Cole. C
EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY
. The Florida State Board ot Examin Examiners
ers Examiners in Optometry will -meet in annual
session at Jacksonville, Fla., on the
29th day of May. 1912. at 9 a. m. In the
Windsor hotel, for the purpose of elect electing
ing electing officers for the ensuing year,' and
to transact other business brought
before It Dr. D. M. Boney, "Pres.
Dr. Otto C. Butterwlck. Sec'y.
Ocala, Fla.. April 27, 1912.
MR. GRKEN THANKS
HIS MANY FRIENDS.
You who voted for me have my sin sincere
cere sincere thanks. I regret my defeat, not
more for myself, than for you. .Yet 'I
am glad to think the Issue raised will
result in better schools, better oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities for our children.
Gratefully.
P. Wilson Green..
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank the people of this
county for the vote given to me In the
primary and assure them that I 'shall
in every way. possible endeavor to give
them a wholly satisfactory administra administration
tion administration of the clerk's office.
Respectfully.
P. H. Nugent.
FROM MR. COULTER
To the Voters of Commissioner's
District No. Two: I acknowledge my
indebtedness to my friends and am
grateful to every man who voted for roe
in the primary, and now desire to an
nounce my candidacy for the second
primary May 28th. I will feel the deep
est gratitude to my friends and all who
give me their aid and support.
J. W. Coulter.
FROM MIL HENDERSON
To Friends of the Fourth Commis
sioner's District: Not having time or
opportunity to visit my friends of
commissioner's district No. 4 in person.
I take this means of thanking you for
your hearty and liberal support during
the recent democratic primary and
trust my conduct as county commis
sioner for Marion county will find your
full approval. W. T. Henderson.
PIANO FOR SALE CHEAP
A $50 Hartford piano, new and In
fine shape, for sale at your own price.
Call at Star office.
LUMEN
mm.
(90 inches wide)
Suitable for Sheets
or Ladies and Boys
wearing apparel.
Our regular selling
price is 98c per yd.
Sceeinl for tomorroiv
only 5Ce psp yafl.
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Our buyer has just returned from New York, where he bought an immense stock of the finest, latest and best goods that money
or skill could porcure. This big stock, completely filling our store we think is the finest of its kind ever shown here, and we are go-
ntt fn imii rlm-inrf tViic cqI at nrirpc that will pnninpl vnn tn hnv in manv pasps at Iprs than otir half of what vnn wniilri

pay for the same goods ordinarily.
Remember tins fact, that every article and every piece of goods in the store is brand new, and of the very latest style and
YASHION, true to the name, there are no old goods in the store of any kind.
Do not fail to attend the sale, you will regret it if you do. We need a lot of money to meet our spring bills and must also dis dispose
pose dispose of the stock to make room for other new goods to follow. We offer you the advantage of our necessity, so come to the sale and
we will make every assertion good.

EVERY READY TO WEAR GAR GARMENT
MENT GARMENT IN THIS STORE IS IN INCLUDED
CLUDED INCLUDED IN THIS SALE
Our entire stock is being sacrificed.
Our customers profit by our loss. Ev Everything
erything Everything goes at PRICES THAT
WILL TEMPT YOU WHEN YOU SEE
THE GOODS.
Look over these prices, remember
what reliable goods we carry, and
you'll recognize that this is a real
money saving opportunity.
You'll never know how much a
dollar will buy until you attend this
sale.
THESE PRICES TELL A MONEY
SAVING STORY OF IMPORTANCE
TO YOU.
Best Quality Blue Serge Suit, reg regular
ular regular value, $15.00 and $18.00,
now .. $12.85
Think of it and not only think of
yit, but hurry and GET IT.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR GOOD
CLOTHES AT LOW PRICES
This sale offers you that unusual
combination and we are anxious to
have you take advantage of it. You
can improve your appearance and
make your pocketbook smile if you
fit yourself out at this sale.
MEN'S SUITS ARE GOING LIKE
THIS
$9.50 values
$ 12 values .
$15 values .
$17.50 values
$19 values
. .$6.83
, .$7.00
. $82
. $9.95
.$11.05
MEN'S PANTS ARE GOING LIKE
THIS
$2.00 values
$2.75 value .
$3.50 value .
$5.00 value .
.$1.10
.$1.85.
.$2.15
. $2.95
. LADIES' WAISTS
This season's prettiest models, be becomingly
comingly becomingly trimmed with embroideries,
laces, tucks, etc. Some with allover
fronts, collars and cuffs trimmed with
narrow edging." Long and short
sleeves, high and low necks. Full
cut and excellently sewed. Cotton
lingerie, linen and tailored waists.
Regular price $1 to $2.95. Sale
price
$1.15
NIGHT GOWNS
50c. value now
95c. values now
$1.75 values now
$2.98 values now
$3.50 values now
. .35c
... o9c
85c
.$1.69
$1.98

PRINCESS CORSETS
Noted throughout all styledom as
the figure making corset. They are
low busts and long hips, with hose
supporters front and side, made of
excellent quality, batiste and coutil,
pretty lace ribbon trimmed. Value
from $1.00 to $3.25. Sale price
$1.45
Women's $2.50 Wash Skirts at. .95c
Women's $4.00 Silk Waists at $2.95
(Only 23 In stock)
4 0 Cambric Drawers 22c
75 Cambric Petticoats 43c
60c. Cambric Gowns 37c
95c. Gowns and Petticoats 57c
FULLY ONE HALF OR LESS
THAN HALF THE PRICE YOU'D
HAVE TO PAY FOR IT.

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READ THESE PRICKS. SPECIAL
MADE TO ORDER SUITS WERE
MADE TO SELL FOR
$15 values, now $8.90
$18 values now $9.75
$20.50 values now $12.50
When you see these clothes you
will realize what exceptional values
we are offering for the money.
KIMONAS, TEA GOWNS AND
DRESSING SACQUES
Kimonas and Dressing Sacques of
pleasantly cool, thin materials per percale
cale percale and white and colored silks or
lawn daintily m!ade in a number of
pretty styles. They spell comfort for
house wear this hot weather.
$2 Crape Kimonas $1.20
$3 Plain Silk Kimonas $1.75
$5 and $7 Jap. Kimonas $3.75
$10 and $12 Tea Gowns $5.45
$15 and $17.50 Dressing Sacques
for $9.05

OCALA KVitlNLSG STAR, THURSDAY, MAX 9, 1912.

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May M9

THE RICHEST, FINEST TAILORED
TO ORDER CLOTHES AT A
CLEAR SAYING OF $5
TO $15 PER SLIT
It isn't possible In tills space to
even suggest the hundreds upon hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of magnificent bargains wait waiting
ing waiting you at this store during this sale.
The imported and domestic weaves of
rarest and most original textures, the
fancy and staple worsteds, the vic vic-uans,
uans, vic-uans, widewales, silk intersperces,
Scotch plaids, the cassimers, che cheviots,
viots, cheviots, herringbones and serges a,nd
staples in all the latest colorings and
shades. YOUR VERY IDEAL, for a
new suit or pair of pants is waiting
for you here.
This sale offers you an unusual
opportunity to secure just the suit
you have wanted but could not buy
because the price was too high.
75 Fancy .Woolens and Worsteds
guaranteed all pure wool, tailored
to order and guaranteed to fit and
please in every respect, or money
back
$13.50
95 sparkling, up-to-the-minute ex exclusive
clusive exclusive Royal cloth conceits, in
staple and built with the very fin finest
est finest of internal construction and
trimmings
$15.00
83 of the smartest Innovations in
woolen masterpieces to be seen
anywhere. Embracing the very pat patterns
terns patterns you have admired on the
backs of men who patronize $60
and $75 New
York and Chicago
local tailors.
A most complete
ranee of suits
tailored to order in
the highest Royal Tailor quality
$20.00
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Women's Silk Dresses
Hall Price and Less
They're of chiffon cloth, crepe de
chine, charmeuse and taffetas, in
plain and bordered effects, messa messa-lines
lines messa-lines in plain colors and striped and
natural colored pongees, for street
and evening wear. All are effective effectively
ly effectively trimmed with lace and other fine
trimmings.
$10 dresses at $5.00
$13.50 and $15 dresses at $6.75
$20 and $22.50 dresses at $9.75
$27.50 and $30 dresses at ...$13.95

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YOU CAN WEAR COOL UN UNDERWEAR
DERWEAR UNDERWEAR AT THESE PRICES
Best grade knitted undershirts with
long or short sleeves, regular
value 50c, now at this sale. .35c
Bleached Jean Drawers, regular val value,
ue, value, 50c, now . 32c
Short knitted Drawers, regular value
50c, now 35c
Genuine Scriven Drawers, regular
value 75c, at 50c
B. V. D. Shirts and Drawers, regular
50c per garment, at 38c
B. V. D. Union Suits, regular value,
$1.25, at 75c
-Extraordinary bargains abound
throughout our entire establishment.
We cannot enumerate them all here.
There are many unadvertised bar bargains
gains bargains equally as great as the adver advertised
tised advertised ones.
SAVE MONEY IN SPENDING IT
IF YOU BUY NOW AT THESE
REDUCED PRICES THE THINGS
YOU ARE GOING TO NEED LATER,
YOU WILL BE CONSIDERABLE
MONEY AHEAD.
$4.00 Oxfords $2.95
$3.50 Oxfords .". $2.35
One lot of $3 Shoes $1.95
50 c. Neckwear .35c
25c. Neckwear 17c
50c Belts 35c
25c. Belts .......17c
25c. Fancy Hose 17c
Silk Hose, all colors 17c
Fancy Striped Silk and Plain Silk
Hose, regular values, 50c and
75c, now 35c
In justice to your own interest you
should investigate this bargain op opportunity
portunity opportunity at once.
" For months we have been prepar preparing
ing preparing for this sale, selecting, planning
and buying, and through the co cooperation
operation cooperation of the best manufacturers
we secured many exceptional bar bargains.
gains. bargains. at

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DIG BARGAINS IN SOME HAND HANDSOME
SOME HANDSOME SHIRTS
Shirts with, cuffs on or off shirts
with soft or stiff collars to match or
none at all.
50c values now 39c
$1.00 values now 78c
$1.50 values now 95c
50c. Negligee Shirts 35c
$1.00 Negligee Shirts 78c
$1.50 Negligee Shirts 95c
Seeing is believing. Come and see.
BUREAU SCARFS
Bureau Scarfs, regular value, $7.00,
now $3.50
Bureau Scarfs, regular value, $6.00,
now .$3.25
Bureau Scarfs, regular value, $5.00,
now .$2.75
now $2.00
Bureau Scarfs, regular value, $3.50,
Bureau Scarfs, regular value, $2.50,
now ... .$1.75
Bureau Scarfs, regular value, $2.00,
now $1.10
UN DE R WEAR
In every instance the combination
of high quality and low prices prove
irresistibly attractive. Every gar garment
ment garment in this Bargain Feast is from
our regular new 6tock, and is an ex exceptional
ceptional exceptional value at the price. Gowns,
Skirts, Drawers, Corset Covers and
combinations in an endless variety of
styles and elaborately trimmed with
CHEMISES
value now 59c
value now 74c
value now 98c
value now .$1.29
value now a . .$1.78
$1.00
$1.50
$1.95
$2.50
$3.00
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
Not ordinary sale goods but beau beautiful,
tiful, beautiful, fresh, new garments at lowest
sale prices.
Offerings during this sale are un un-matchable.
matchable. un-matchable. They include the plain
and neat styles as well as the more
elaborate designs. We ask that you
examine the texture, the cut, the
making and the finish then ask the
price you'll find the values entic enticing.
ing. enticing. SKIRTS
$100 values now
$1.50 value now
$1.95 value now
$2.50 value now
$2.98 value now
$3.75 value now
$5.50 value now
OOC
74c
98c
... $ 1 .29
. .$1.65
. .$2.10
$3.20

SILK PETTICOATS
Taffeta Silk and the famous Hy Hygienic
gienic Hygienic Petticoat. They conform to
the figure, and fit perfectly under the
up-to-date suits and costume. You
will find many of the latest novel novelties
ties novelties here at the big sale. The famous
Hydegrade Petticoat is the last word
in petticoat perfection. Many new
models in silk at half prices.
$3.75 Silk Taffeta Petticoat at $1.95
$5.50 Best Grade Taffeta Petticoat
at ; $2.95
$5.75 Hydegrade Petticoat ... $2.75
We have them in all colors,
laces and embroideries. We never in
all our career offered such wonderful
values for tUs money. $1.50, $1.75
and $2.25 garments in this sale for
95 cents

BATTEKBERG TABLE COVERS
Table Covers, regular value, $8.00,
now. . $4.50
Table Covers, regular value, $6.00,
now .$3J25
Table Covers, regular value, $5.00,
now $2.75
Table Covers, regular value, $3.00,
now $1.75
Table Covers, regular value. $2.00,
now .'.$1.10
BIG VALUES IN LEATHER HAND
BAGS
$15 values now ...$8.50
$10 value now .$6.45
$8 value now $5.00
$6 value now $4.00
$5 value now . ....$3.50
WOMEN'S SKIRTS AT HALF PRICE
Each one is a beauty and the ma materials
terials materials as well as the styles are dis distinctive
tinctive distinctive in the extreme. There are
voiles, serges, whipcords, Bedford
cords, some with Inset pleat at foot;
large covered buttons. In all sizes
up to 36 waist; blue, black, tan, gray,
cream and brown mixed. The voile
skirts are braided or embroidered.
$5 skirts at ". .$2.55
$7.50 skirts at .....$3.70
$10 skirts at ..... .$4.95
$12 and $15 skirts at .$7.85
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BIG VALUES IN MEXICAN DRAWN
WORK AND BATTENBERG
Bed Spreads, 72x72, regular value
$14.50, now $7.98
Bed Spreads, regular value, $12,
now ... $6.50
Be d Spreads, regular value $10,
now $5.73
Bed Spreads, regular value, $8,
now . .$4.50
Write or telegraph to your out-of-town
friends about this sale, as It
will be well worth their while to
come from any distance to take ad advantage
vantage advantage of it.
We'll gladly fill mail orders wher wherever
ever wherever possible but make an effort to
come to the store if you can.
Remember that everything In our
store is now. We have no old stock
or removal goods.
OUR AIM IN THIS SALE IS NOT
TO MAKE MONEY BUT TO MAKE
FRIENDS. Unusual opportunities
to save money on wanted merchan merchandise
dise merchandise greets you at every turn In this
store. If you have never traded
here, come and see our values. If
you are an old customer come and
see the better than usual offerings we
are showing.